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  • First Open Records chief warns of threats to law

    First Open Records chief warns of threats to law
    Twenty years ago, I attended a League of Women Voters luncheon in which Tim Potts, who had helped create the grass roots good government nonprofit Democracy Rising PA, was scheduled to speak.
  • Cities, towns worried that constitutional amendment would erode tax base

    Cities, towns worried that constitutional amendment would erode tax base
    In just a few months, state voters could find themselves picking sides in a long-running dispute about who decides which charities should be exempt from taxes — a decision with significant financial implications for the charities and the cities...

    State police to ambush suspect: 'Eric, we are coming for you'

    State police to ambush suspect: 'Eric, we are coming for you'
    BLOOMING GROVE TOWNSHIP — State police still don't know where Eric Matthew Frein is hiding, but believe he has at least two guns and might be acting out a fantasy sparked by his participation in a Cold War Eastern European military re-enactment...

    Pulling away?

     
    At last count, there were eight Democrats vying to face Republican incumbent Gov. Tom Corbett in the 2014 election. But, it appears two Democrats are starting to pull away from the pack — maybe a littler earlier than expected. Not...

    Tuesday Morning Coffee: Gov. Corbett's Excellent Washington Adventure.

     
    Good Tuesday, Morning Fellow Seekers. Pennsylvania's chief executive was in Our Nation's Capital on Monday where he gave the Tomcorbett keynote address to a summit of school choice types, telling them that there's nothing wrong with the public schools...